Colonial Cook, The

Kalman, Bobbie
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0-7787-0794-6

 In many Colonial homes, the woman of the family ran the household. She was responsible for preparing, preserving, and cooking foods. If she had daughters, they helped her with these chores. In wealthier households, the woman of the house did not do the cooking herself. She planned meals and supervised the servants who propared and cooked the food. This booklet explains how the food was raised and prepared and portrays the roles of servants and slaves in the kitchen, as well as the tools they used. Easily understood by young readers.

Format: Softcover.   Dimentions: 8 1/4" x 10 3/4"   Pages: 32   Illustrations: 60

 

 The Colonial Cook explains how the food in the colonies was raised and prepared and portrays the roles of servants and slaves in the kitchen, as well as the tools they used. Easily understood by young readers.

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Author Kalman, Bobbie
Publisher Crabtree Publishing Co
ISBN 0-7787-0794-6
Translation N/A
Format Softcover
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